3 edition of U.S. Geological Survey ground-water studies in Minnesota found in the catalog.
U.S. Geological Survey ground-water studies in Minnesota
Donald R. Albin
|Other titles||US Geological Survey ground water studies in Minnesota.|
|Series||Water fact sheet, Open-file report -- 88-127., U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 88-127.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
Water samples from 32 domestic-supply wells were collected from June through July This study of ground-water quality in alluvial aquifers in the Eastern Iowa Basins is part of the U.S. Geological Survey's National Water-Quality Assessment Program. Since , the Minnesota Geological Survey has published over maps, and over 40, pages of reports. All MGS maps and publications have been scanned and made freely available online as searchable PDF documents. Most items published since also include GIS data in ESRI formats.
Water quality is a measurement of how suitable water is for a particular use, like drinking or irrigation. Drinking water quality standards are based on the health effects that are likely to occur if a person is exposed to poor water. Industrial or agricultural water supplies will require different water standards. Editor-in-Chief. Leonard F. Konikow, Ph.D. [email protected] Leonard “Lenny” F. Konikow, Ph.D., is a renowned hydrogeologist, having worked for the U.S. Geological Survey for more than 40 years and serving as the project chief of its Water Resources .
WILLIAM M. ALLEY is a research hydrologist with the U.S. Geological Survey in Reston, Virginia. He received a B.S. from Colorado School of Mines, an M.S. from Stanford University, and a Ph.D. in Geography and Environmental Engineering from Johns Hopkins University. Thomas C. Winter is a senior research hydrologist with the U.S. Geological Survey in Denver, Colorado. He earned B.A. and M.S. degrees in geology and a Ph.D. in hydrogeology at the University of Minnesota. From to , he conducted geological and water resource studies in Minnesota and was in charge of USGS groundwater studies there from to
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Nearly million gallons of ground water are withdrawn every day in Minnesota, mostly for public supply, irrigation, and domestic and commercial use. About 94 percent of the public water-supply systems in the State use ground water and 75 percent of all Minnesotans obtain their domestic supplies from ground water.
The major issues related to this important resource in Minnesota are. Aquifers: Ground Water Atlas of the United States. The Ground Water Atlas of the United States, USGS Hydrologic Atlas (Miller, ), describes the location, hydrologic characteristics, and geologic characteristics of the principal aquifers throughout the 50 States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S.
Virgin thebindyagency.com groundwater information summarized in the Atlas was collected over many years by. Get this from a library. U.S. Geological Survey ground-water studies in Minnesota. [Donald R Albin; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. GROUND-WATER ISSUES Ground-water sources provide about one-half of the water used in Wisconsin, excluding the water used for thermoelectric cooling.
Ground-water sources serve about 70 percent of the State's population. All rural-domestic supplies and about 94 percent of the municipalities use ground water.
Nearly all irrigation and stock watering are from ground water. Researchers with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) recently investigated 51 streams in nine Midwestern States to determine the presence of a wide range of.
Ground-Water Information and Data. The U.S. Geological Survey collects ground-water level data at about 20, wells nationwide, xx here in Minnesota. The USGS provides long-term, accurate, and unbiased information that meets the needs of many diverse users.
Home page of the Minnesota Water Science Center. Minnesota and Wisconsin - Ground-water quality along a flow system in the Twin Cities metropolitan area, Minnesota, U.S. Geological Survey Water Minnesota and Wisconsin--Nitrogen and Phosphorus in Streams, Streambed Sediment, and Ground Water, U.S. Geological Survey.
Mehl, S.W., and Hill, M.C.,The U.S. Geological Survey modular ground-water model—Documentation of the multiple-refined-areas capability of local grid refinement (LGR) and the boundary flow and head (BFH) package: U.S. Geological Survey Techniques and Methods Book 6, Chapter A21, 13 p.
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Geological Survey National Water Quality Program. Learn More. The USGS Water Resources Mission Area provides water information that is fundamental to national and local economic well-being, protection of life and property, and effective management of the Nation’s water resources.
Below, find data and tools relevant to a wide range of water resources and conditions including streamflow, groundwater, water quality, and water use and.
The Minnesota Geological Survey is a research and service arm of the Newton Horace Winchell School of Earth Sciences at the University of Minnesota. It investigates the geology of Minnesota and provides basic public information on the geology of the state.
United States Geological Survey Programs in Minnesota The USGS provides maps, reports, and information to help others meet their needs to manage, develop, and protect America's water, energy, mineral, and land resources.
We help find natural resources needed to build tomorrow, and supply scientific understanding needed to. Data from some of the continuous record stations are relayed to USGS offices nationwide through telephone lines or by satellite transmissions providing access to current groundwater data.
Once a complete day of readings are received from a site, daily summary data are generated and made available online. USGS finalizes data at individual sites. Atlas of principal bedrock aquifers, aquifer systems and ground water in the United States.
U.S. Department of the Interior | U.S. Geological Survey URL: thebindyagency.com Page Contact Information: USGS Office of Ground Water. Siegel, D.I., and Franzi, D.A.,Inorganic geochemistry of ground-water and sediments in an aquifer contaminated by crude oil--Preliminary results and project plan, in Hult, M.F., ed., Ground-water contamination by crude oil at the Bemidji, Minnesota, research site--U.S.
Geological Survey Toxic Waste--Ground-Water Contamination Study. Geological Survey for radiocarbon analysis ; to the Ground Water Branch of the Water Resources Division of the U. Geological Survey for the use of water well-inventory data and test boring data; and finally to the people of Stutsman County who cooperated so well in many ways with the participants in this study.
PREVIOUS WORK. U.S. Geological Survey. The U.S. Geological Survey is the nation's largest water, earth, and biological science and civilian mapping agency. It collects, monitors, analyzes, and provides scientific understanding of natural resource conditions, issues, and problems.
Program staff also conduct geophysical field studies for cooperative projects with other government agencies, most typically with the Minnesota Geological Survey (MGS) and the U.S. Geological Survey-Water Resources Division (USGS-WRD). Geophysics data is available on request.
Reports Groundwater Exploration Using Geophysical Methods. Minnesota Inquiries about cost and avai labi I ity of maps not published by the Minnesota Geological Survey should be directed to the individual publisher and not the Minnesota Geological Survey.
Open-fl Ie maps prepared by the Minnesota Geological. The U.S. Geological Survey hydrologic data, modeling tools, and publications to help California water resource managers plan for and assess hydrologic issues associated with groundwater use.
Shared access to reliable data, case studies, technical and investigate reports, software, and other information and tools is essential for sustainable groundwater management.
Minnesota Geological Survey regional ground-water assessment since the adoption of the Minneso Groundwater Protection Act of Anoka, Chisago, Isanti, and Sherburne Counties comprise most of the area of the sand plain, which is unusually sensitive to .Owens Valley Hydrogeology.
Welcome to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Owens Valley Hydrogeology website. This site provides hydrologic data collected or compiled by the USGS for the Owens Valley area.
Also provided is a comprehensive listing of reports, including links to online reports.Apr 13, · Teacher's guide to the San Francisco Bay area geophysics maps (U.S.
Geological Survey GP and GP) This publication (Open-File Report ) is a teacher's guide to two U.S. Geological Survey maps that show gravity and magnetic data in contour form superimposed on a LANDSAT satellite image of the San Francisco Bay area.